Brighton and Hove Albion striker Glenn Murray believes teammate Lewis Dunk merits a spot within the England squad after an implausible season.
The uncapped duo were the celebrities for Chris Hughton’s facet this season, and had been unlucky to not be referred to as as much as Gareth Southgate’s facet for the friendlies in opposition to Italy and Holland in March.
In spite of scoring 14 targets in all competitions this season, the 34-year-old admitted he was once extra curious about serving to his membership facet than being worried about an England call-up.
Alternatively, he was once adamant Dunk merits a call-up, even though it’s for a non-competitive fixture.
Murray informed talkSPORT: “Clearly my major goal is to attain targets for Brighton within the Premier League and we’ve nonetheless were given a task to do in staying within the league.
“What comes off the again of that, you by no means know.
“However I do suppose Lewis must be in point of fact close to the squad to be completely truthful.
“I feel he has had an implausible yr and he’ll be dissatisfied if he didn’t even get a pleasant sport.”
Dunk has saved 9 blank sheets within the Premier League this season, serving to the Seagulls to 14th position within the Premier League – even managing to chip in with a objective and help.
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